Contact our office


10332 Central Valley Rd, Poulsbo, WA 98370

Monday – Friday, 8am – 4:30pm

While drop-ins are welcome, we are often out doing field work, so we recommend calling before visiting to ensure that someone will be here to assist you.

Phone: 360-204-5529

Fax: 360-204-5519


Board of Supervisors

  • Albert Allpress, Chair
  • Jacqueline Lovely, Vice Chair*
  • Sharon Howard, Treasurer/Auditor*
  • Sharon Call, Member*
  • Roderick Camarce, Member*
  • Ollie Call, Associate Member*
  • David Vliet, Associate Member*
  • Bob Gilby, Associate Member*

*Denotes Farm owner/operator

Board members may be contacted through email to the district office or by calling 360-204-5529 Extension 113.


  • Joy Garitone*, District Coordinator: 360-204-5529 ext. 113
  • Brian Stahl*, Technical/Financial Coordinator:, 360-204-5529 ext. 112
  • Sandra Jacobson, Administrative Assistant:, 360-204-5529 ext. 111

Agricultural Assistance Program

  • Helen Jones*, Resource Planner:, 360-204-5529 ext. 127
  • Dan Larsen, Resource Planner:, 360-204-5529 ext.129
  • Diane Fish*, Resource Planner: 360-204-5529 ext 110

Stream Stewards-Backyard Habitat Program

  • Carin Anderson, Program Manager:, 360-204-5529 ext. 122
  • Jesse Adams, Resource Planner:, 360-204-5529 ext. 128
  • Zeb Klement, AmeriCorps member:

Rain Garden & LID Program

  • Michael Korchonnoff, Program Manager:, 360-204-5529 ext. 123
  • Connor Upchurch, Resource Planner:
  • Brendan Lum, Resource Planner:

Environmental Planting Program

  • Jenny Morgan, Landscape Architect:, 360-204-5529 ext. 125

GRACE Project – Gardening for Restoration and Conservation Education

  • Diane Fish*, Project Coordinator: 360-204-5529 ext 110
  • Teddy Krause, Resource Planner:
  • Sophie Savoie, AmeriCorps Member:
  • Sarah Mikkelborg, AmeriCorps Member:



Kitsap Salmon Webinar Series: Video about climate threats, cultural, humans and economic aspects.


BKAT Presents: Kitsap Salmon Tours (Bremerton-Kitsap Access Television) – Each fall the salmon come into local creeks to spawn. An annual event, hosted by WSU Extension Docents and Kitsap County’s Public Works Stormwater Division, answers children’s and adult’s questions. Chico, Dickerson and Seabeck Creeks are shown with salmon working their way upstream and spawning.